Network Rail is holding feedback events about its planned regeneration of Bow Goods Yard.

The land has had many uses - from being used as the main construction hub for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, to playing host to the Olympic warm up track. It is now the site for a number of heavy rail freight uses.

The development plans for Bow Goods Yard offers the potential of a sustainable transport network for industrial and infrastructure goods, according to Network Rail, whilst reducing congestion and carbon emissions on the roads.

As part of the design process the team, other uses will be considered including light industrial, last mile logistics, open space and homes.

Events are being held for neighbouring communities to find out more about the plans. Communities planned to be worked with include Pudding Mill, Fish Island and Strand East.

Network Rail is aiming to submit a planning application in 2024.

Ushma Samani, principal development manager for Network Rail, commented: “Over the summer we have reached out to many groups to get a better understanding of local priorities.

"These upcoming events will highlight the initial feedback received from neighbouring communities and stakeholders alongside setting out the challenges and opportunities for transforming Bow Goods Yard."

Upcoming events:


  • Tredegar Community Centre - Saturday 30 September 2023 | 11 - 3pm; Tredegar Community Centre, 333 Morville Street, E3 2DZ

  • View Tube Drop-in

    Tuesday 3 October 2023 | 3 - 6pm; View Tube, The Greenway, E15 2PJ


For more information, visit NetworkRail's website.